Amid all the talk about the social enterprise and acquisitions in the space, IBM is often overlooked. The reality is that IBM and its Connections software, which launched in 2007, is the leader in the market, according to IDC.
Given the IDC data, it’s worth catching up with IBM’s Jeff Schick, vice president of social software. In between working with the likes of PepsiCo, TD Bank and a bevy of others, Schick also pops up on the Howard Stern radio show on Sirius.
via IBM’s social enterprise plan: Meld collaboration, processes with dash of Watson | ZDNet.
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